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Arts & Entertainment
Wednesday, Feb. 22, 2023
Many may recognize Brittainy Pope, the new director of the Bossier Arts Council, from numerous cultural and educational groups and events she volunteers with and supports in Shreveport- Bossier. Now, Britt is thrilled this new position increases her ability to support arts and artists while building a better connection with the community.
Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2022
reservations for Cypress by the Revenir went live on Sept. 28, well before the anticipated Nov. 3 opening date, over 600 reservations were taken in two hours.
Thursday, May 19, 2022
East Bank District in downtown Bossier is just what we have been waiting for. Hats off to this enclave of art and local businesses, both those who have anchored this area for decades and the new local ventures working together with the city to develop this fun, walkable food and entertainment district.
Arts & Entertainment
Monday, July 16, 2018
Tracy McComic of Wired & Sassy Artisan Jewelry introduced her latest designs featuring a Shreveport icon, the Spring Street Museum, during downtown’s monthly Artwalk event in June. Tracy exhibited her artwork on location at the museum, where firsttime visitors and long-time supporters enjoyed viewing and purchasing her latest pieces.
Monday, May 21, 2018
Four best friends have come together to bring us The Coffery, a haven for coffee lovers and lunch dates, just minutes north of downtown at 3820 N. Market St. Located on a lush, green lot, their coffee shop offers a lovely respite from the daily hubbub nearby.
Monday, May 7, 2018
Cassie Johnson Rome’s experience in marketing and sales is serving her well in her new venture as owner of 318 Art and Garden, located at 750 Southfield Road. She started work over 20 years ago as a registered nurse before moving into pharmaceutical and medical device sales.
Monday, April 23, 2018
Two new ladies are adding their vivacious energy to downtown Shreveport. Frida’s Bar and Grill at 200 Travis St. has recently opened serving their fresh take on Mexican/ American favorites. Then coming soon, Proud Mary 360° will be rolling on the river serving Louisiana cuisine at 450 Clyde Fant Parkway in the Red River District.

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